Deepali Sathe was born on August 13, and her star sign is Leo. She is the new rising sensation in Bollywood music. Deepali originally belongs to Dewas, Madhya Pradesh. She started when she was three years old. She has mostly sung during Sai Samiti bhajans, and other competitions. According to Deepali, her grandmother, Padmavati Sathe, has always supported and encouraged her to learn and strengthen her classical music skills. Her father, Anil Kumar Sathe has also given her full support and guidance, and he was the one who used to take her to her classical music Gurus, Smt. Geeta Dandekar Hi, and Sh. Lalit Shankar Pandit Ji. Deepali then took her singing to next level by participating in Sa Re Ga Ma Pa(singing reality show) aired on Zee TV in 2008.

There she became one of the finalists. Even though getting success in shows doesn't provide you with the chance of being a playback singer, and even Deepali was unable to start her career. In 2010, Deepali came to Mumbai. There she worked hard to start her Bollywood journey, and it finally began with her singing numerous jingles and doing voice-overs. She then sang for the title tracks of shows like " Jodhaa Akbar" and "Main Lakshmi Tere Angan Ki." She has done playback singing for some regional movies too. After a lot of hard work and waiting she started her Bollywood career. She then mingled with people of the music industry. Then she got her first break in a film.

She has done playback singing in movies like " Ankur Arora Murder Case," "War Chodd Na Yaar," and "Gangs of Ghost." She has already lent her voice to the song "Daingad" from the movie " Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania." But her first solo playback song is "Yeh Kaisi Jagah" from "Humari Adhuri Kahani" in which she has worked with Jeet Ganguli, the music composer. She has worked with Jeet Ganguli in a Bengali film "Herogiri," too and the song was a duet song with Benny Dayal, named "Janemon." Before giving this song to her, Jeet told her, that this was the most important song of her career. So Deepali Sathe is one of the new upcoming playback singers in Bollywood industry and is doing well in her career at this stage.

Shaan Hindi Actor

Shaan

Shantanu Mukherjee is a very popular singer and known by the name of Shaan. He was born on September 30, 1972. His grandfather Jahar Mukherjee was the lyricist, his father Manas Mukherjee was the late music director, and his sister Sagarika is a singer. Shaan lost his father at the age of 13 after that his mother became a singer and took the responsibility of the entire family. Shaan is very talented Indian playback singer who can sing in so many languages like Kannada, Telugu, Urdu, Marathi, Bengali, and Hindi as well as he is a TV host. He hosted some popular TV reality shows like STAR Voice of India 2, Star Voice of India, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs and Sa Re Ga Ma Pa. Also, he has sung various Pakistani songs. Shaan is known as the most versatile singer, and he is very famous for singing melodious and romantic songs. Also, he has the capability of singing songs in various genres such as rock, hip-hop, ghazals, jazz, patriotic, sad songs, and pop. He has also sung songs in Marathi, Telugu, Malayalam, Oriya, Hindi, English, Nepali, Punjabi, Bengali and Kannada. Shaan had begun his career when he was 17 years old in 1989. Shaan has received so many titles like "Voice of Youth", "Magician of Melody", "Voice of Paradise", and "Golden Voice of India". Despite singing on his personal albums, Shaan has presented his voice for many leading men of Bollywood industry. In the year 2000, he tied the knot with Radhika and today they are blessed with two sons named Shub and Soham. Currently, Shaan is leading a TV show “The Voice India” with other three great singers Mika, Sunidhi & Himesh where they select their favourite singers in their team and compete within them. Another Version of this Bio.. Shantanu Mukherjee who is widely known as Shaan is an Indian singer. He is prominent for his playback singing and has sung in variety of languages like Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Urdu, Kannada, Punjabi, Assamese, Malayalam, Oriya, Nepali, Marathi and, others. He was born on September 30, 1972 in Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh. He is also a music director, actor and TV show host. He is loved for his voice in the romantic and melodious tones, yet he sang in several other genres like Pop, Bhangra, Rock, Jazz, Ghazals and others. He has hosted TV shows like Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Little Champs, Star Voice of India and others. He has appeared as a judge on Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, The Voice and others. He has been given titles like Golden Voice of India, Magician of Melody, Voice of Youth and others. He belongs to a family of musicians, his grandfather Jahar Mukherjee was a lyricist and his father Manas Mukherjee was a music director. His sister Sagarika Mukherjee is also a singer. His dad passed away when he was very young after which his mother took care of his upbringing. He started to sing at a very early age; he sang for commercials in her early age. At the age of 17, he sang a line for the movie ‘Parinda’. The careers of his sister and himself began together when they signed their first contract with Magnasound company and recorded some bestselling albums like Q-Funk and Naujawan. He then entered popularity with his sister where he composed mixes and re-mixes, then recreated RD Burman’s songs. He came up with the album named ‘Loveology’ in which he wrote the song ‘Bhool Ja’ and he also featured in his song ‘Tanha Dil’s’ video, all of which were loved by the audience. The album Tanha Dil won the MTV music award for best album (solo). In 2004, he launched his album ‘Aksar’ which featured international stars like Blue, Samira and others. He wrote songs and composed music for this album. His father was also a music director, and to show his music to the world, he released an album in 2004 named Tomar Akash which was in Bengali. This album had his father’s songs in it. His song ‘Shuruat’ in the album Tishangi was used to promote the film Chronicles Of Narnia. His playback and music career has been at the peak of success. He has given his soulful voice to umpteen numbers of actors like Salman Khan, Sunil Shetty, Ranbir Kapoor, Shahid Kapoor, Shah Rukh Khan, Abhishek Bachchan, Aamir Khan, R Madhavan, Anil Kapoor and others. He has given his voice for some super hit movies like ‘Dil Chahta Hai’, ‘Koi Mil Gaya’, ‘Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna’, ‘Om Shanti Om’, ‘3 Idiots’, ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ and others. He has given music for TV serials and has won Best TV music director award. His famous songs include, Wo Pehli Baar, O Re Kanchi, Who Ladki Hai Kahan, Kuch Toh Huva Hai, Main Aisa Kyun Hoon, Mein Hoon Don, Aao Milo Chale, Aaj Unse Milna Hai and, several others which were well received by the people. He was then seen on TV show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa from 2000-06, aired in Zee TV; he was the host of this prestigious show on TV. This show won program of the year in Indian Telly Awards in 2003. He is currently hosting the show Voice of India aired on Star Plus. He is internationally popular and has international connections too. His international debut was the song for the movie ‘Chronicles of Narnia.’ He has also collaborated with ‘Michael learns to rock’ and composed songs for his album. His songs have aired on many TV shows; he has been doing shows all over India in programs and college fests. He has appeared in movies; as himself in some and as a character in others. Some movies include ‘Tarkieb’, ‘Asoka’, ‘Zameen’, ‘Lions of Punjab’, ‘Balwinder Singh famous ho gaya’ and others. He has won many awards; he has won Best Playback Singer Award from Zee Cine, Filmfare, Star Screen, IIFA and others which include Favorite host from Star Parivaar Awards. His wife is Radhika and they have two kids, Soham and Subh. The family currently resides in Mumbai, Maharashtra.

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Hemant Kumar

Hemant Mukherjee is a famous composer, singer, and producer, born on 16th June 1920 in Varanasi, British India. He is popularly known as Hemant Kumar. But unfortunately, he died on 26th September 1989 in Kolkata at the age of 69 years. His original birth name is ‘Hemanta Kumar’. He had sung songs in different languages like Hindi, and other languages; he is often identified as India’s greatest playback singer. He was credited with two National Awards. Though he was born in Varanasi but in early 1990’s he migrated to Kolkata along with the family. He was educated at ‘Nasiruddin School’ and later at ‘Mitra Institution School’. In that school he met one of his good friend named ‘Subhas Mukhopadhyay’ who is now a famous poet. Hemanta wrote many short stories at his school age. To pursue his degree he joined the Bengal Technical Institute, but due to some reasons, he headed his career towards the music industry by quitting his engineering. At that time he even wrote some short stories and published them in one of the Bengali magazines named Desh, but later he completely showed his focus in music rather than writing stories. Under the pressure of his friend Subhas Mukhopadhyay, he recorded his first song in 1935. Later on that song got numerous good responses and besides that, he got many opportunities in the singing field. Hemanta’s role model in the music career is ‘Pankaj Mullick’ and Hemanta’s mentor is Sailesh Duttagupta. In one of the interviews, Hemanta mentioned that he got training in music field from Ustad Faiyaz Khan. Hemanta’s first filmography songs were for the movie ‘Nimai Sanyas’ in Bengali and it released in the year 1941. Hemanta’s first compositions for himself were non-album songs and they were telecasted in 1944. His first filmography works in Hindi film industry was ‘Irada’ released in 1944. Hemanta had four siblings - three were brothers and one sister and each of his brother is settled in some way; like one is a story writer and other is a composer. In 1960’s he recorded many Bengali songs. He got married tp ‘Bela Mukherjee’ in the year 1945, and she is a Bengali singer. His wife was expired on 25th June 2009. He was blessed with two children - one son named ‘Jayant’ and one daughter named ‘Ranu.’ Even his daughter had pursued a career in music; Hemanta’s son is married to Moushumi Chatterjee. He had won many awards from the year 1956 to 1989. After the death of Hemanta, the Gramophone Company has released albums by packing his songs; this started approximately after two decades of his death. Another version of the Bio... Hemant Kumar was born on 16 June 1920 in the vibrant city of Varanasi in the colonial era under Britain. He died at the age of 69 and had won more than eight prestigious awards in his lifetime. His zodiac sign was Gemini,and he remains a man of high repute in the film industry. Hemant Kumar is a renowned multi-talented icon whose remarkable contributions as a producer, singer, and composer in the Bengali and Hindi film industry will always remain significant. His birth name was Hemanta Kumar Mukhopadhyay. He is also known as Hemanta Mukherjee but is often referred to as Hemant Kumar. Hemant had three brothers, and a sister. Hemant's family was a combination of talented writers and music composers. His environment provided the inspiration he needed to become a renowned poducer in the film industry. He eventually became one of India's most famous music directors, and a fabulous singer. His fans love his inspiring songs. He experienced the early years of his life in Kolkata where he enrolled at Misra Institution. This period was a great turning point in his career as he met Subhas Mukhopadhyay who became very instrumental in his career goals. Hemant was passionate about short story writing and later attended Bengal Technical Institute as an engineering student. This dream however failed because of his unwavering passion for music and writing. It is worth noting that he recorded his first song at the prestigious All India Radio in 1935. Hemant Kumar was privileged to undergo a sequence of formal training in music under the supervision of a great tutor like Sailesh Duttagupta. His most significant and longest training was with Sailesh Duttagupta which helped to boost his passion for music. Hemant actively involved in the recording of non-film discs for the Gramophone Company of India.Songs like "Jane Jadi Go Tumi" and prominent Hindi songs like "O Preet Nibhanewhali" were Hemant's first non-film songs. He received assistance from great minds like Kamal Dasgupta, and Sailesh Duttagupta. These combined efforts enabled a successful production of Hemant's first non-film songs. These super-hit non- film songs had lovely and enthralling lyrics which could cause even the best music pessimist to smile passionately. He was a successful film playback singer in the Bengali film industry and participated actively in "Nemo Sanyas" a Bengali film that went operational in 1941. Later he decided to work for the Hindi film industry since it was an ideal setting for higher heights of fame due to a greater audience. Pt.Armanat's music directing role helped in the successful release of Hemant's first Hindi film songs. These songs played a vital role in the 1944 movie called Prada. Hemant Kumar later married Bella Mukherjee in 1945. Hemant proved his multi-talented nature by successfully serving as the music director for the movie "Abhiyatri". It was a transition from a talented singer to an excellent music director. One very remarkable action of Hemant in 1948 was the epic song "Ganier Badhu" which had a duration of 6 minutes. The success of this song was stunning. Hemant Kumar had the opportunity to be immersed in the lucrative and expanding Hindi film industry through Hemen Gupta who had strong passion for Hemant's music. Hemen Gupta released his first Hindi film titled "Anand Math," and immediately involved Hemant Kumar as the music director. Hemant Kumar had to move to Bombay, and the professional collaboration between Hemant and Hemen grew tremendously. Hemant continued as a music director and recorded massive success. One of his notable achievements was in 1954 when he composed music used in the film titled "Nagin". He also played a vital director's role in movies like "Khamoshi" and "Jagriti." This great film industry icon of diverse talents has innumerable awards such as "Filmfare award for best music director" due to his indispensable role in making the film "Nagin" a great hit. Another special award he received was the "President gold medal" for the film "Neel Asher Neechay." He received the prestigious "Michael Madhusudhan Award" in Bangladesh .A sequence of cardiac problems led to his death in 1989. His legacy will always live forever in the minds of his countless admirers.

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